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tweets, just sold a book to him by making the point that the plane is also a hero in the new york city water landing. >> guest: nice sell. >> host: i want to look at your 2005 book, everything bad is good for you. how today's popular culture is making us smarter. what is aq? >> guest: what is, autism? >> host: the --. >> guest: oh, so the, one of the things that we've learned, over the last 20 or 30 years is the science of the mind has advanced in such a important way in lots of different fields. psychology and neuroscience and neuroimaging and things like that, is that the old way we had of kind of scraping intelligence is too simple. and, the measures that we have, for intelligence, don't readily, kind of coloops into one dimension, in fact they're, gardner, the brilliant harvard scientist and discovered there are multiple forms of intelligence. there is spacial intelligence and emotional intelligence and there is kind of problem-solving intelligence and so on. and so we have seen that, what happens in a society it different technologies come out, different cultural developments happ
of vehicles from new jersey to new york city, was flooded. computation is an important part of the economy and culture in that region. the damage to our highways, transit system caused severe congestion stranding new jersey and creating delays for miles. transportation in new jersey has an impact on more than just new jersey residents. sandy affected anyone who rides our rail for drive through our state or uses products. i will be working with this committee to rebuild new jersey's transportation infrastructure to make it stronger and more resilient in addition to our infrastructure in at least two cases. flooding from sandy damage the superfund sites, leading to potential release of toxic pollution into the environment. i have a letter on the way to the epa to conduct a thorough investigation of the storm's impact on sites throughout the region and i am also introducing superfund emergency response requests which requires the epa to perform an assessment of superfund sites following any natural disaster and allows congress to appropriate emergency funding to remediator any damage, also re
an event for morgan stanley up in new york city and their headquarters over looking the city you get a real sense of you are somebody in power and while we're waiting for the guests to arrive that i was supposed to talk to, some of the morgan stanley investment bankers were talking to me and this one young guy came up and said it must have really bothered you to not have made much money as you served in the military and became chairman. that must have really bothered you. i said we never thought about it. you had to think about that and talk to your piers about this all the time. i said no. and the conclusion that was the difference between military culture and that culture was like night and day. they serve for the bonus for the money and we serve for other reasons that we've talked about. and that's a very noble thing. and you have heard it for the last several days. war is not glorious but the service of people to their country can be glorious and you've heard some real heroes talk about this service, service is something bigger than yourself, selfless service. really important character
. streaming video from the 63rd annual national book awards in new york city and red carpet interviews with nonfiction. all online live today at 6 p.m. eastern. and add your comments on evening at facebook.com/booktv. spent now the head of the federal trade commission, jon liebowitz. he spoke for half hour at "the wall street journal" ceo council meeting. [inaudible] [inaudible] [inaudible] >> one of the business community has generally embraced, called do not track which would allow consumers to opt out of third party tracking if they wanted to. it's a much more moderate approach and say that the you what they're debating, whether to allow any sort of collection of information at all. and if so to do it on an opt in approach. this would be opt out. >> used it at the white house in favor and crafted to do with the online advertising community about do not track to everyone that hoped this deal would be done. i think probably fair to say it is faltering a bit. i'm a little more optimistic. but whether it will be done by the end of the. >> i think this has been a process in which we are
in this room and executives in new york city, we all cherish liberty. and i can't help but to feel we are among the greatest generation. [inaudible] we hold the world at our fingertips and we can change the world at the blink of an eye. to the innovation of social media we have brought the world closer together, and we've brought stories shared among all individuals. i have come to realize after having my article published in an online magazine, that to me proves to me that we do have a future. we must take full of vantage of our time in history. this is why i'm so honored to host the debate tonight with three speakers of three different perspectives and political ideology. i truly believe the discussions among these different perspectives and opinions can pay for which he american dream. all of our paths here for many years. today, we will write of our own future, our own destiny. i can't think of any better person to lead a debate more eloquently, efficiently, equally, and as an individual who has come you know, arising -- in the city of charleston, south carolina, he began -- [inaudible] all
these products. and when you have that many come by, i don't represent new york city. this is a fairly compared to other parts of the country, fairly small area, and with that 1415 people who have to worry about whether not there are going to get the disease to grant more than that and with already contracted it, roughly 50 confirmed cases in the area, three of those come something for her, across the line in west virginia but not that far from our medical centers. and when you got that many folks affected and we're not getting with a company which is what it's been frustrated all day for think when you keep going, our jurisdiction is not clear. these folks are manufacturing the what due diligence did you all take to find this out? these are all pretty big operations. and if you just sent them a letter sent hey, who's providing you with various products, you know, i think they would've complied and and you would've had, you know, you didn't, fda, not you, did some work back under the bush administration, but then it appears that the ball was dropped and that there, it appears there was no due d
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